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Round 2 should be fun Saturday night. We break down Bills vs. Dolphins on "Go Long with Dunne and Monos."
Miss any of our premium content? It’s been a busy week at GoLongTD.com. Be sure to read Bob McGinn’s exceptional profile of Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell, HOF’er Kurt Warner’s thoughts on Tua Tagovailoa and this Q&A with DeVier Posey, a man who epitomizes the true football journey.
We’ve asked spectators at the live Isaiah McKenzie Show multiple times this 2022 season whether they’d prefer the Buffalo Bills play in a dome or an open-air stadium.
The results are what you’d expect. Fans love the elements. But, honestly, I am surprised at the growing number of fans who wish this Bills team was able to operate inside of a dome.
It’s a moot point. The Bills plan to keep playing in the wind and snow for years.
Given the construction of this current offense, however, a dome sure is enticing. The weather forecast is calling for close to one foot of snow Saturday night at Highmark Stadium. Ironically enough, that actually should play to the Bills’ advantage at the moment. This Josh Allen-powered offense has been average of late, while the defense feasts. And coming to town are those Miami Dolphins from sunny Florida.
What a colossal game for both teams.
The 10-3 Bills would love to take a stranglehold grip on the AFC East and inch closer to the No. 1 seed, while the 8-5 Dolphins have lost two straight. Miami’s MVP-caliber quarterback — Tua Tagovailoa was tearing up the NFL — went 10 of 28 against the injury-ravaged L.A. Chargers. As Kurt Warner detailed, he needs a counterpunch.
A true Bills-Dolphins rivalry is a win for all football fans.
On the podcast, we dig into this matchup… with another touch of Detroit Lions talk. They’ll try to keep the momentum rolling against the New York Jets.
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ICYMI, here’s Episode 6 of The Isaiah McKenzie Show as well. He was quite honest when it comes to the state of the Bills’ offense.